In 2013, the Hallmark Channel premiered Signed, Sealed, Delivered, a lighthearted, tenderhearted romantic comedy series about four postal employees in America’s Dead Letter Office. The episodes are standalone mysteries in which the postal employees must decode and deliver dead letters, but the human connections that emerge between the four members of the team generate an appealing warmth that makes you want to know what happens next.
Every movie in the Signed Sealed And Delivered franchise follows the same plot, and each one starts up where the previous one left off. Aside from that, all of the Signed Sealed And Delivered movies follow the same characters’ stories. As a result, keep reading as I show you all of the movies from the Signed, Sealed, Delivered franchise, as well as the best sequence in which to watch them.
Best Order to watch Signed Sealed Delivered Movies
The movies in the Signed Sealed And Delivered series may be viewed in any sequence, however, it is recommended that you watch them to fully comprehend the narrative and how the relationships between the portables grow. Aside from that, the series has numerous allusions to prior films that will be lost if you don’t watch them in sequence. The best way to watch Signed, Sealed, Delivered movies is in order of release. Each movie continues the narrative from the conclusion of the previous one, therefore the best way to watch them is in order of release.
In order of release, below is a list of all Signed, Sealed, Delivered films:
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas (2014)
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From Paris with Love (2015)
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Truth Be Told (2015)
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Impossible Dream (2015)
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From the Heart (2016)
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: One in a Million (2016)
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Lost Without You (2016)
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Higher Ground (2017)
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Home Again (2017)
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Road Less Travelled (2018)
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: To the Altar (2018)
Signed Sealed Delivered Movies in Order
1. Signed, Sealed, Delivered for Christmas (2014)
The four postal sleuths who operate a make-believe dead letter office have been very busy. They’ve handled 20,000 letters addressed to Santa in addition to their regular duty of delivering almost impossible-to-deliver letters to their intended recipients.
When the beloved postal detectives—Oliver (Mabius), Shane (Booth), Rita (Lowe), and Norman (Gustafson)—discover an important letter addressed to God, they postpone their trip plans to save a little girl whose mother’s life is in jeopardy on Christmas Eve. The Postables are astonished to find they’ve been a part of more than one miracle on Christmas Eve, thanks to the help of a mystery post office volunteer, Jordan (Estes), and Oliver’s old Sunday School teacher, Ross.
2. Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From Paris with Love (2015)
The Postables—Oliver, Shane, Rita, and Norman—return to investigate the riddle of true love by serving divorce papers to one couple on the same day that Oliver’s lost wife returns. As they explore the tale behind two-year-old divorce papers that have been lost in the mail, the Postables bring romance and charm from the Dead Letter Office.
When Shane discovers an old letter from Oliver to his separated wife Holly, though, business takes a personal turn.
The Denver Post Office’s D.L.O. (Dead Letter Office) is back for another investigation to identify the receiver of the most recent letter delivered to their office. Oliver, Shane, Rita, and Norman begin looking for the woman who has yet to get her divorce papers. Their finding offers them everyone food for thought in terms of their personal lives.
These postal investigators are endearing and touching, and they have lessons for everyone. This is a tale about love and how important forgiving is. It also demonstrates that if you confront your fears, they lose their power over you. With its charming team of investigators and engaging narrative line, “Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From Paris with Love” will amuse the whole family.
3. Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Truth Be Told (2015)
Four distinct individuals bring us inside the investigative side of the post office in Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Truth Be Told. Shane is the ideal of a successful female department head, good-natured and competent, but still has a love for Oliver, a postal-proud perfectionist, expertly portrayed by actor Eric Mabius. Shane and Oliver go off on a humanitarian mission, accompanied by bright, eccentric Rita and her lovely and nerdy love interest, Norman.
They must reunite Phoebe, the daughter of a missing female soldier, with a 2-year-old damaged letter received from war-torn Afghanistan. As they continue their search for the letter’s author, Phoebe’s mother’s comrade, it becomes a labor of love for the team.
As the mystery behind the letter emerges, events threaten to rip apart Shane and Oliver’s unresolved relationship. He is forced to revisit emotions of abandonment as a result of little Phoebe’s loss. When Oliver’s well-intentioned father arrives, he takes Shane on a tour of sad memories, which provides a chance for Shane to assist.
This aesthetically appealing, well-produced film conveys a lesson of perseverance as Phoebe never loses hope, as well as a message of forgiveness when Oliver faces his parents’ wreckage. On a lighter note, this film may be appreciated by people of all ages, but tiny children may not be as engrossed.
4. Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Impossible Dream (2015)
Signed, Sealed, Delivered enchants and draws viewers in a simpler, more gallant world of potential, centered on the Postables, a squad of special detectives for the United States Postal Service.
One that is full of faith, innocence, and unwavering optimism. Oliver O’Toole (Eric Mabius), the team’s captain and chivalrous wordsmith; Shane McInerney (Kristin Booth), a previously cynical IT whiz; Rita Hayworth (Crystal Lowe), a wonderful intellect with an equally amazing heart; and Norman Doorman (Geoff Gustafson), a bright but timid bookworm
We follow the crew as they courageously confront the US Congress in the hopes of freeing a captive soldier in this journey. We learn about the time-sensitive letter that may reunite this American hero with her adored daughter via flashbacks. Aside from the tight deadline and perplexing clues, the crew must also assist Rita in the Ms. Special Delivery pageant, all while managing their relationships.
Faith is discreetly peppered throughout the film in classic Martha Williamson manner, from Mr. O’Toole’s demeanor to the scriptures read and the encouraging remarks uttered – there is no question that every small miracle in this film leads to a very large God.
5. Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From the Heart (2016)
The beloved Postables uncover a 200-year-old valentine that may alter history in “Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From the Heart,” while their investigation of a damaged letter leads them to a prominent person who could be taken down by its contents. Oliver, Shane, Norman, and Rita are all coping with tragic situations in the aftermath of Valentine’s Day.
On Valentine’s Day, the lovely crew from the post office’s DLO (dead letter office) is back to tell a tale of pure love. While Oliver, Shane, Rita, and Norman are investigating two unique letters, they are also dealing with their own emotions about the important day.
Rita must go to Washington, D.C., before her and Norman’s first special date, now that they have committed to one other. Oliver and Shawn share a connection, but they don’t know how to express it to one other. All must see the real meaning of love as Oliver and Shawn attempt to locate the owners of a 15-year-old undelivered letter and Norman is handed an extremely ancient letter.
6. Signed, Sealed, Delivered: One in a Million (2016)
At a nightclub, Oliver and Shane explore their budding relationship when they encounter a lady who is mourning the loss of her lover and begs the Postables to recover an important letter she just sent.
The Dead Letter Office’s Oliver, Shane, Rita, and Norman are back with another exciting mystery adventure, but this time it’s not about solving a letter or parcel. This time, they’re on the hunt for someone who has stolen a large number of letters from several public mailboxes in one of the locations. The mail is being held “hostage” by whoever is doing it.
The portables, as always, show their camaraderie and collaborate for a good cause—as mail investigators. Everyone in the family will enjoy this delightful tale. It stresses that everyone’s life counts, with insights on love, friendship, and a job well done. You should be able to view this film regardless of the weather, the time of day, or the time of night.
7. Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Lost Without You (2016)
Things begin innocently enough: Topper, a veteran who works at his brother’s bike store, delivers an essential item to his little nephew, who drops the damaged package into a fake mailbox where the O’Toole guys had just completed filming a USPS advertisement.
The Postables are still grieving over the loss of their beloved colleague, Eleanor from Passports, when they receive Topper’s letter, which has a life and death urgency of its own.
The Postables are then subjected to a sequence of circumstances that force them to acquire important truths about life and death, faith and skepticism, all while delivering a dead letter. The trip is based on the idea that love can transport not just letters, but also people. And it may happen anywhere: a bike shop in Denver, a casino in Las Vegas, New Mexico, a cabin in the woods in the middle of the night, or even a hospital chapel.
Topper’s love for Sandy gave him the courage he needed to eventually overcome his incapacity to leave the bike shop—-a metaphor for the power of love to allow even the most damaged among us to go ahead and begin again.
Norman’s quest to be bolder, spurred on by a job offer in Washington, D.C., reveals how love can not only make us more sensitive to but also empowered for, the work of reaching our full potential right where we are—-though let’s hope it can happen with a little less exposure to the hot sauce for the sake of all of us! Rita, who has traveled a similar road, walks with Norman to help him become the greatest version of himself.
8. Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Higher Ground (2017)
Higher Ground: Signed, Sealed, Delivered is a romance film that beautifully shows the power of love in three distinct storylines that all come together well. In the dead-letter office, Oliver O’Toole (Eric Mabius) works with a lovely lady called Shane (Kristin Booth), with whom he has a romantic relationship.
Norman (Geoff Gustafson) and Rita (Crystal Lowe), their coworkers, also like each other, although Norman is reluctant to express his love for her. After Hurricane Katrina separated them years ago, a guy called Gabe (Keb’ Mo’) wrote letter after letter to a lady named Hattie (Karen Holness) in an attempt to locate her.
They were romantically linked since she ran a jazz nightclub and he used to perform for her. They begin to speculate as to what happened to Hattie. Is it conceivable that Gabe and Hattie can be found and reunited by the tight-knit gang at the dead-letter office?
Nothing worth having comes easy in life, and in this instance, Shane’s ex, Steve (Mark Valley), pops up in her life at the most inconvenient time—right after Shane’s date with Oliver. Shane gets recruited to accompany Steve to another nation as a government official in a cyberspace hacking probe, and he will be gone for at least a few weeks.
As the weeks pass, Oliver aches for Shane, gazing wistfully at her vacant desk, hoping for her return. He starts to fear that Steve is keeping Shane away for longer than he has to be. Norman is still building up the courage to propose to Rita, and Gabe has been found. Is Hattie, on the other hand, still alive?
9. Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Home Again (2017)
This family-friendly film combines romance and drama, with a dash of comedy thrown in for good measure. Oliver (Eric Mabius) is a postal supervisor who is in love with Shane and has a nice old-fashioned tale that includes some detective work (Kristin Booth).
This fascinating tale is based on a mystery concerning a specific vase—and the three ladies who sent it in a box when they were young. They had sent the vase, which was a gift they thought was worth a lot of money, to be evaluated years ago.
They’ve grown up, and the farm where they live with their elderly and sick mother, Kim (Kim Delaney), is going to be auctioned owing to unpaid taxes (save for one sister who is a war reporter).
Oliver and Shane, with the assistance of other postal employees, discover the lost box containing the vase in an incredible confluence of time. Not only are they racing against the time (the farm sale is just three days away), but a last-minute surprise may throw the efforts to rescue the farm into disarray.
Aside from the continuing Oliver and Shane relationship, Norman, a coworker, is over heels in love with Rita, whose father (played by Barry Bostwick) despises Norman. Norman is a one-of-a-kind character who is also amusing. When asked whether he loves children, he says, “Yes, I used to be one.” “I enjoyed it.” This fantastic picture has a couple of excellent love tales, as well as tension, strong acting, and beautiful music.
It readily earns our Dove Seal for All Ages due to its wholesomeness. It is not intended for children under the age of eight, since some of the content may be too sluggish for them.
10. Signed, Sealed, Delivered: The Road Less Travelled (2018)
The most recent installment in this series follows postal employees who investigate mysteries involving objects at the postal service’s defunct letter office. In one instance, a child’s inscription on a camera from the late 1980s is found in the mail, stating he’s in a grey vehicle and to “Find me, Daddy” because he wants to go home.
Eric Mabius appears as Oliver, the postal supervisor, with Kristin Booth as his girlfriend, Shane, Crystal Lowe as Rita, and Geoff Gustafson as her fiancé Norman in this film with an excellent ensemble. The four go to the location where they think the camera was sent after processing the pictures and discovering some hints in them.
These would-be investigators are up to the task, as they discover the camera was sent only three weeks before, from a hotel where a “Memories of the 80s” class reunion took place in 1988. With just three weeks since he sent it, they have a decent chance of finding the kid using the information from the pictures.
This is a mystery that will keep you engrossed in the story and the lives of these endearing people. What was the reason for the boy’s separation from his father? Was his mother the one behind the wheel of the car he was riding in? If such was the case, why had she stolen the child from his father? This is an interesting film that exposes everything towards the end.